Its not how many birds you take, its how you take the birds.
Timberdoodles should be taken with a fine 28 Guage double gun,
behind a well trained gun dog, with the utmost respect for Gods
2nd Greatest wild bird. Grouse and Woodcock hunting in the Potter/Tioga mountains, one of Gods greatest gifts to us Pa back woodsman.
Pine Creek Heston admiring some of his prizes, under a 28 Gauge L.C. Smith Double Gun.
Never care about what other people believe, be strong and walk in the way of the Lord.
For the first time ever, I had 2 woodcock flushes in the moutains. I was near the boarder of Potter and Tioga. I did not shoot but my WPG pointed the woodcock and it was a beautiful site. She is only a year and a half old and still learning. I wish she would do the same for grouse.